Final reminder: results needed for Scientific Report 2019

It is the time of the year again to register your research output in PURE, unless you have already done so.

Please fill in your 2019 output in PURE before Wednesday 1 January 2020. Kindly note this is a revised deadline to the original deadline (10 January), as Pure will be experiencing updates from 2 to 13 January which means data entered at that time may be lost.

A detailed overview of what to report can be found below.

Important: for all kinds of assessments, only output registered in PURE counts. Or, in other words: if output is not registered in PURE, it does not exist.

The different output categories you have to report are part of the national Standard Evaluation Protocol (SEP). More information about SEP can be found here.

In Pure you should report the following for the Scientific Report 2019 (if applicable):

  • Article scientific refereed. For peer-reviewed journals it is NOT necessary to send anonymous referee reports. Online first publications of journal articles can be mentioned as 2019 publications. But: as soon as it appears in printed form it will not be included in the scientific report again;
  • Article scientific non-refereed (all other publications aimed at an academic audience);
  • Article professional (aimed at a professional audience);
  • Book scientific and Part of Book scientific. This is a publication at an academic publisher. In case a peer-review process has taken place, please indicate this by selecting ‘7 Refereed’ under Keywords. See instructions in the FASoS manual Pure;
  • Volume editorship. This is an edited volume, which can be either scientific/professional/popularizing. In case it is scientific and a peer-review process has taken place, please indicate this by selecting ‘7 Refereed’ under Keywords. See instructions in the FASoS manual PURE;
  • Book professional and Part of Book professional (aimed at a professional audience which has a clear link to our research);
  • Book popularising and Part of Book popularising (aimed at a broader public);
  • PhD Thesis;
  • Inaugural speech;
  • Reports, these include advisory reports to public and private parties, such as municipalities, provinces or companies;
  • Media performance, these can include i.e. contributions to weekly or daily journals to magazines, or interviews for TV/radio.

PURE also offers the options to register activities. At FASoS, you are invited to do so, but not obliged. If you choose to do so, please use the following categories:

  • Conference presentations
  • Prizes and awards as an indication of scholarly reputation
  • Academic roles (Membership in scientific academies, advisory boards, NWO and EU bodies etc.)
  • Roles in non-academic bodies (think tanks, advisory councils, boards of cultural or other societal institutions, etc.)
  • Membership in editorial boards of journals or book series
  • Workshops and conferences organizedby FASoS staff (include workshops and conferences organized by you, possibly together with colleagues, either at Maastricht, or elsewhere. Do NOT include workshops you attended, but which you did not organize)
  • Lectures for an academic as well as non-academic audience.

Next to reporting in Pure please indicate in a separate document (sent to

  • Approved applications for external funding in 2019 (title, funding scheme, partners, amount of money involved). You may be principal or co-applicant. All funds (including 3rd money stream projects) can be mentioned here;
  • Membership National Research School (e.g. WTMC; NIG; OSL etc.) as well as courses you took at such a national research school.

Should you have questions about PURE, or no output to report, please contact Kim van Honk (

The FASoS manual on PURE can be found here.

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